Stickers on Pinterest Boards

Pinterest has added another option to drive more traffic from your Idea Pins with lots of new Board Sticker options that enables you to highlight a specific Pinterest board via your Idea Pins in the app. The Idea Pins were originally called Story Pins but to avoid confusion with similar features on existing social media platforms and to give a better intention behind this new Pinterest product, the name changed to Idea Pins. 

Pinterest Board Sticker

In the above image shared by influencer marketing analyst Lindsey Gamble, the new Board Sticker is now available to some ios Pinterest app users in the sticker tray within the Idea Pin creation flow. By tapping on that, you’ll be able to choose from your existing boards to link to, with various display formats for your Board Sticker, texts, and music, and add to your frame.

That Pinterest stickers will link users directly go to your dedicated topic board, which could help to highlight more of your Pin content and drive more referral traffic from those links.

Creators can add up to 5 board stickers per image & add up to 20 board stickers max in an Idea Pin. So you’re not restricted to a single sticker per frame. Creators can able to tag any public board they own, but they can’t tag private boards or other creators’ boards.

This could be the best way to highlight specific products or services that you offer, via direct links back to your bigger display of Pins, to further highlight your offerings. 

The main intention of the added Pinterest stickers link on the boards could also help to drive more clicks, and with the holiday season presto approaching, it may be worth mapping out, say, a Christmas gift idea board, which you could also link to in unborn Idea Leg sweats. 

At present, the option is only available to selected users on iOS. Though it’s not available to everyone just yet. So, SocialMediaToday experts asked Pinterest for further word on the rollout of the option, and they will update this post when they hear back. 

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Pinterest, like most other apps with a search feature, saves your search queries to enhance your search results when you do for next time. Even Though it is a helpful feature, it can also slow down your mobile device (or browser) after some time because it caches all your search histories. Fortunately, you can easily clear your search history from within your account settings in any social media platform whether it’s app or online.

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You can see your recent Pinterest search history by simply on your profile search bar area or if you want to overall search history of your profile, go to settings and choose home feed, and select history. There you would see the complete search history of your account.

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How To Clear Search History on Pinterest App

Pinterest allows users to clear their search history easily in simple steps. Read this article fully and know how to delete your Pinterest search history in less than a few minutes!

  • Open your Pinterest app on your mobile
  • Tap the Search bar at the top of the Pinterest account
  • Now your recent search results shown
  • Click ❌ next to Recent searches

Follow the same steps and clear Pinterest search history on iPhone too. You can also erase the Pinterest search history and cache by the mobile settings menu. 

Go to mobile settings → Tap App Management → Click App lists → Choose Pinterest → Click Storage Usage → Now click clear data and clear cache.

That’s all your Pinterest search history deleted and now you will see a clear Pinterest profile while you log in.

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  • Open pinterest.com on your web browser
  • Tap the Search bar at the top of the Pinterest account
  • Now your recent search results shown
  • Click ❌ next to Recent searches

Pinterest users can all tune their Pinterest home feed based on their interests and browsing information. Your home feed is based on your boards, topics, browsing history, and the creator profiles you follow. 

To see your home feed tune feature, go to Pinterest profile settings → choose home feed tuner → Now Edit your (Turn on and Turn off) preferences. 

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